Dec 3, 2018
A Gallup Poll conducted between 2001 and 2007 revealed that 93 percent of the world’s Muslim population believed the 9-11 Attacks were unjustified. Another study found that one-in-three al-Qaeda terrorist plots were disrupted with the aid of Muslim Americans. Muslims speak out against terrorism all the time, yet, public officials often ask the same question: “Why don’t Muslims speak out against terrorism?” According to one professor, it really isn’t a question but a condemnation, because it “wrongly assumes Islam is the driving force behind terrorism.”
Guest: Todd Green, an associate professor of religion at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.
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